|Page one: Slip'n'Slide|
- The background paper is from an old DCWV stack I bought at Big W several years ago. Truth is, I've used those papers heaps, but 48 is a lot of sheets of paper!
- The rest of the PP is offcuts from the same stack (except the die-cut border, which I cut for my "inspire" layout but decided it was too large to use)
- Letter and word tiles are REALLY OLD, and the none of the word tiles had been used before!
- Tags had been bought in a set of 100 at the local newsagent, also several years ago
|Page two: twice the fun|
I never used to be one of those scrappers who say things like "I always use a minimum of three patterned papers on a page" In fact, for the longest time, it wouldn't occur to me to use more than one, mainly due to keeping the cost down. On this page, though:
- I used three untouched PP (all quite old) as well as a sheet of cardstock. The pinks came back from my sister's honeymoon to the US in 2004!
- The sparkle comes from that old favourite, Kindyglitz.
Page 3 is my entry into the Colorful Creations Round Robin.It features:
- 3 patterned papers (all also unused) of similar vintage to those used above. The butterfly paper comes from the honeymoon also, and the purple actually had a date of 2002 on the back!
- I remember buying the PP with the words on it after reading an article in a magazine, where the author suggested using the words on such papers as a fun addition to journalling and titles. Great idea, but I just never used them . . . until now!
- more of the pastel letter tiles
- lace from the endless collection I've acquired from my Mum's even more endless collection